The Wood House is a true Port Angeles treasure. It was built in 1889 by Charles Wood who came to the Peninsula to seek an alternative life in the Utopian society of the Puget Sound Cooperative Colony. He founded a family and their enchanting house has been meticulously maintained and lovingly upgraded. We invite you to experience its charm and beauty overlooking the Strait of San Juan de Fuca and the majestic Olympic Mountains.
This historic home has an unusual layout. Upstairs are two bedrooms and one guest bedroom with fantastic views of the Strait of San Juan de Fuca and the Olympic Mountains. The beds are very comfortable and every room has bedside tables equipped with usb ports and outlets. Downstairs the dining room, library and living room are furnished and decorated with great attention to detail. Feel free to browse our bookshelves or sit in the rocking chair to watch the world and ships go by. Sit on the porch or in front of the house and enjoy peace and quiet and the gorgeous views of mountains and water .
We also have a smart TV for on-demand watching.
Since the house was originally built without running water or plumbing, the kitchen, bathroom and laundry sun room are all adjacent to one another in an added annex. The kitchen is fully equipped and has a fantastic view of the backyard cottage and the Olympic Mountains.
You have sole access to the house and backyard as well as parking in front. Please be respectful of the privacy of our guests in the backyard cottage.
From the property you can easily reach many of the Olympic Peninsula's prime attractions, such as Hurricane Ridge (20 miles), Lake Crescent (23 miles), Lavender Farms in Sequim (16 miles), historic Port Townsend (46 miles), the Hoh Rain Forest (89 miles), the Sol Duc Hot Springs (42 miles), Cape Flattery (80 miles),and the beaches of Forks (58 miles).
Port Angeles is located about 130 miles from SeaTac and 140 miles from downtown Seattle.
Общение с гостями
During your stay we'll be either staying in the tiny house on the property or are away from town.
We are always easily reachable via phone or email if you have questions or concerns and we have local contacts for emergencies.
Другие важные подробности
The staircase to the upper floor is steep and narrower than average stairs and may be difficult for people with limited mobility. Access to the Dungeness Bedroom is past an old chimney that creates a relatively narrow passage. There is a queen bed in the Dungeness and Olympic bedrooms each and a foldout futon bed in the Ediz Hook guest bedroom.
Please take off your shoes when entering the house. All decorations and books are there for your enjoyment. Feel free to look at everything and take out books to read, but please put everything back in its place when you leave.
Please also be respectful of anybody in the guest house and our neighbors. This is not a place to party.
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Jason is originally from Chicago and spends his time working on sustainable housing and doing ecologically restorative land development in the western US. His partner, Doro, is from Germany and has lived in many different countries. She is an anthropological linguist and studies and documents Indigenous languages in Australia and the US.
We spend a lot of our time traveling and exploring new places and ideas. We've made our lives about the spaces we live in, the food we eat, the communities we build, and our relationship with the natural world.